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, "Carl McIver" <cmciver@...> wrote:
>Carl, in the third group of mills, they list a ZAY 7045FG for $1100.
That is a square column mill with no frills. The only 2100
dollar mill I can find has a variable speed motor.
Someplace they specify the prices are in US dollars. Canadian buyers
are urged to use a currency conversion link! Is that wild?
yes, they are an import broker (if such a term exists), or something
of that nature. I too noticed the strange thing about tractor
repairs, but my main concern would be future repair parts.
If I purchased one of these, it would be soley for the low price,
expecting zero support. 1100 dollars, carryout, if you will. That's
about $450 less than the machines at other sites. If it is a top
class mill, for the price, that would be a chance worth taking. IF IF
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "bbluealpine" <bbluealpine@...>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2006 7:16 PM
> Subject: [mill_drill] Cheaper ZAY 7045?
> | Can anyone shed any light on these machines or the importer? Price
> | for a square column machine,$1100, including freight to their
> | warehouse of your choice. Too good to be true?
> | http://s93480190.onlinehome.us/zay/zay.htm
> | Bill
> As best as I can make it out, their price for a square column
mill/drill is $2100 CDN, which today is worth about US $1880. I
> highly doubt their warranty service can touch any others, even HF,
which is nothing to brag about as it is. Read the FAQ about
> their warranty on their tractors and you'll cringe. They pay for
labor for warranty work at a tractor shop, but apparently not
> Considering the vast list of products, they are likely more of a
broker than anything, and likely not to be so knowledgeable on
> what they presume to sell (planes, submarines, tractors, lathes,
trucks, lasers, well logging equipment, etc)